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Mariana Aq’ab’al Moscoso
May 24, 2022
In Welcome to the Arts Forum
Below are recommendations that will provide you the best experience possible in preparation for the ceremonial container we will be holding together. We recommend preparation to begin on either of the following three days, depending on your intention and the Nawal (spirit) you are looking to connect more deeply with: 6 Aj (June 25) to bring harmony and balance to our home, family, and community 8 Tz’ikin (June 27) for bringing in past and new visions for prosperity. To see the bigger picture of a situation. 10 N’oj (June 29) for humanity to expand our collaborative/collective/community intelligence for our collective well-being and liberation During our time we will be working very closely with the energies of the four and six directions as noted in the image below. In preparation for ceremony, we will prepare ourselves to be in alignment with all of the elements and spirits of the six directions. <insert four directions image> East - Body Integrate more: Joyful and intentional body movement. This can be in the form of exercise, dance, yoga, etc. Fresh fruits and vegetables as much as possible Avoid: Processed and tyramine rich foods Refined sugars Alcohol Cannabis Other street drugs North - Mind Familiarize yourself with your nawales. This is a beta version of the final calculator that will live on the Toj + Tijax website one day thanks to Eddy from Cru Chocolate! Read “The Stargazers” and your assigned chapters of the Popol Wuh Meditate. If you do not already meditate try to practice at least five minutes of meditation each morning and night. Avoid social and mainstream media as much as possible. Do not consume triggering, violent, and/or horror related media for the entirety of your preparation period West - Spirit Prepare your intention by reflecting on the following questions either through writing, drawing, or some other creative expression: Which day do you plan to begin your preparation and why? What is your intention for this ceremony? How can the Maya K’iche spirits and ancestors through the text of the Popol Wuh support your intention? Bring your writing, drawing, or some other creative expression with you the day of ceremony to share with the community and offer your intention to the fire. South - Emotions Integrate more time under the sun; this practice will connect you more deeply to the energy of Ajpu. Drink calming teas with herbs like lavender, chamomile, passionflower, lemon balm, and oat straw. Connect to people and situations that are loving and supportive Spend time in nature; if nature is not accessible explore your neighborhood to talk to plants and trees you encounter, or connect to a houseplant Avoid people or situations that may be triggering and/or cause high anxiety
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